The Top 8 Vintage Decks from Cardmarket Series Paris
Let's take a look at the Vintage results of Cardmarket Paris. The format which everybody loves — or hates — but which is hardly played. What did the ones fortunate enough to enter the Vintage zone choose to bring to the table? How diverse was the field, and what ended up on top?
Interview with Artist Pete Venters
The legendary Pete Venters does not need an introduction. He is the illustrator of iconic cards such as Survival of the Fittest, Baron Sengir, Ensnaring Bridge, and Lhurgoyf and did his first artwork for Magic in Antiquities. He also develop card titles and flavor texts from Alliances to Urza's Saga.
Shadow of Doubt: A Guide to Spotting Fake Cards
Magic cards can tear a huge hole in your wallet. Of course you want to make sure that your money is spent on original cards. Here is your shield to protect yourself against those nasty counterfeits: what to look out for and some easy guidelines to tell the real apart from the fake.
Green's Noncreature Evergreens
Green is best known for huge creatures like Force of Nature or Avatar of Might. These cards shaped the perception of the color for a long time. Recently green was blessed with powerful cards like Force of Vigor, Veil of Summer, and Once Upon a Time. But green always offered more than just big creatures.